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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



An Adaptive Scheme In Under Water Sensor Network With Eavarp-Clique

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AUTHOR(S)

K.S.SENTHILKUMAR , DR.K.PRABAVATHY

 

KEYWORDS

acoustic channel, clique, sensor node, malicious node, security, under water, cluster.

 

ABSTRACT

Communication establishment in deep oceanographic environment is attained by Under Water Sensor Network (UWSN). Underwater atmosphere is admitted with varied conditions that might corrupt the communication system. The transmission is achieved effectively via acoustic channel. Deep water current and changeability of nodes raise the link failure that may leads to delay and failure in transmission. Unlike terrestrial network, UWSN needs potential network that ensures high privacy features. In this paper, Energy-Aware and Void Avoidable Routing Protocol (EAVARP) is developed with CLIQUE and it is an adaptive scheme that ensures the needs of UWSN. Mischievous node recognition is attained through neighbourhood node and the process is clique. The approach implements the message passing technique and instigated using monitor node. Vote is passed on to the monitor by the suspected malevolent node. Whereas, the activity of vote transmission is attained by monitor node. Test results states that the EAVARP-CLIQUE scheme has shown the best result evens the channel are unreliable. Privacy and data transmission precision is achieved by the proposed approach.

 

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